Penguin Perspectives Blog

This is where we cherry pick the latest news and views on climate change and how its effects are already making waves in our economies, societies and daily lives. Tune into the fresh perspectives and opinions from both our own experts and other great movers and shakers on the climate scene and read uplifting stories from our climate protection projects across the world. Have an idea or topic you'd like to learn more about? Get in touch - our experts will have it covered!

It all starts with soil: how regenerative agriculture can help curb climate change

It all starts with soil: how regenerative agriculture can help curb climate change

Esther Mertens Adeline de Lamar
Pormpuraaw project

On the road to Pormpuraaw: A glimpse into traditional Indigenous fire management in Australia’s Cape York

Last February, I spent three days in remote Northern Australia on the Cape York Peninsula where I visited the community of Pormpuraaw to meet with Traditional Owners and Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Rangers and learn how a strategic savanna fire management project operates.

The Scouts

Living with elephants – a day in the life of Kariba's wildlife scouts

If you are sitting reading this at your desk, this piece won't quite describe your average day at work. For the scouts and park rangers working in Kariba, however, a typical day is spent in the field – as you will see, they never know what to expect.

Sendle supports the Myamyn conservation project

Protecting Australia's native animals from extinction

Sendle purchases carbon credits from South Pole to guarantee carbon neutral parcel delivery. Learn more about one of the projects they support through our EcoAustralia™ carbon credit solution—the Myamyn Lowland Forest Conservation project in Victoria—and how it helps safeguard habitat for a very special marsupial.

Women in front line

Women at the frontline of climate crisis

Climate change is affecting millions of women around the world, right now. But women are resilient. Read how 3 inspirational women are finding solutions!

Forest Global Climate Action

Green gold: forests and global climate action

Forests help stabilise the climate: they regulate ecosystems, protect biodiversity, play an integral part in the carbon cycle, support livelihoods, and can help drive sustainable growth.

Kariba Forest Protection

Alleviating poverty in Kariba through sustainable farming

Conservation farming plays a major role when it comes to the eradication of poverty; food security; empowering women; and helping communities adapt to global warming. The Kariba project shows that a single incentive can be incredibly effective, and that it is still very much possible to achieve the deep rooted change that is necessary for a better future.

Turning Kariba green: conservation farming at the forest protection project

Turning Kariba green: conservation farming at the forest protection project

Zimbabwe, Africa. Lilian Manyanga, standing in the relentless sun among rows of sorghum plants and holding a large shovel, is showing us around the Tashinga Community Garden of the Hurungwe District. "Before the Kariba project came into effect," she tells us while wiping the sweat beads off her forehead, "I could hardly feed my children. Every year I struggled to send them to school. But now," she gestures around her and smiles, "- now I can pay their school fees without even missing a term!"

Proyectos de REDD+ para la gobernanza comunitaria y la construcción de paz en Colombia

Proyectos de REDD+ para la gobernanza comunitaria y la construcción de paz en Colombia

Penetrar en los espesos y recónditos bosques de Colombia puede ser una tarea tan desafiante como la de reconstruir la paz hoy en un país que ha quedado diezmado por la guerra de tantas décadas. Pero no es imposible.


EcoAustralia™: Driving down emissions & protecting Australia's wild places

"Driving through Victoria’s iconic Otway Ranges, I thought: these are truly wild places; places to be respected. Places that, through the support of the carbon market, will be protected as conservation sites in perpetuity." – South Pole Australia's Jay van Rijn reflects on his recent site visit for the EcoAustralia™ program, and goes into depth on one of the innovative ways the carbon market is helping preserve native forests, protect iconic Australian wildlife and drive down emissions in southwestern Victoria.

Emission reduction project

De tierras degradadas a bosques tropicales: restauración en Cáceres y Cravo Norte

La minería y la ganadería, dos actividades productivas de gran tradición en el Nordeste y el Bajo Cauca colombiano, son continuamente objeto de tensión debido a que se les reconoce su aporte para las economías locales y al mismo tiempo su función como empobrecedoras del capital natural.

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